My #BookReview #RomCom Match Me If You Can by @MicheleGormanUk #TuesdayBookBlog

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Match Me If you CanMatch Me If you Can by Michele Gorman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Match Me If You Can is a RomCom set in London and features internet dating.

Catherine, ‘London’s Best Date Doctor’, shares her business with ex-husband Richard, although his role is passive. Clients choose packages like ‘Love Match’, or ‘RecycLove’, the latter of which involves bringing in an ex, and both partners providing a romantic evaluation of the other. But Richard is about to sell his half of the business to his fiancé, Magda. Feeling hurt that Richard’s love life has moved on so quickly, Catherine is even more surprised when Magda insists on an active role in the job.

Away from work, Richard and Magda want to be friends with Catherine, both seeking her advice on their wedding plans, which is both painful and awkward for Catherine, who certainly had my admiration; I’m not sure I…

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Rosie’s Review Team #RBRT Novella Tempted By Mr Wrong by @JacqBiggar #TuesdayBookBlog

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Today’s team review is from Shelley, she blogs here http://shelleywilsonauthor.com/

#RBRT Review Team

Shelley has been reading Tempted By Mr Wrong by Jacquie Biggar

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Title: Tempted by Mr. Wrong

Author: Jacqui Biggar

Category: Romantic Suspense

My Rating: 4 Star

My Review:

We are introduced to Tammy-Jo as she wanders down the rain soaked street in broken heels after being humiliated by her husband at the Country Club. Immediately we get the impression of a strong woman who, despite her predicament, is still sassy.

Jason arrives on the scene like a knight in shining armour (or rather, a cute chap in a Mustang) and we begin to learn there’s a history between the two. Pulled together by their parent’s relationship, TJ and Jason are step-siblings, but ten years ago their teenage hormones got the better of them, and they explored a relationship. It was Jason who suddenly walked away without explanation and TJ is still hurting.

Married to Tim, a power-hungry man, TJ…

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#Newrelease My Review of The Truth And Lies Of Ella Black by @emily_barr @penguinrandom #EllaBlack

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The Truth and Lies of Ella Black by [Barr, Emily]The Truth And Lies Of Ella Black is a dark, intriguing story that, with a seventeen-year-old protagonist, is suitable for both young and adult readers. The crossing out of Ella’s name in the title certainly piqued my interest before I had even read the first page.

The story covers a timespan of forty days in Ella’s life. At the start, she is an ordinary teenager enjoying a school holiday. An only child, she attends an all-girls school and enjoys art. This, however, is where ‘normal’ ends. There are two sides to Ella: the good girl tries to behave well, work hard and fit in with her schoolmates, but Bad Ella is always lurking in the background…

Bad Ella demands time and space. Bad Ella is strong, frightening and unpredictable; when she demands to be let out, Ella has to lock herself in her room, lest she escape.

The story takes…

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Announcing A Writer’s Path Writers Club: Creating Benefits For Writers

A Writer's Path

I’m happy to announce our new initiative: A Writer’s Path Writers Club.

After looking at the writing market for years, I noticed a need for a Writers Club of this kind. Sure, there are Facebook groups, writers groups, etc., but there aren’t many associations that are more than just a gathering of writers.

I wanted to create a club where the sole purpose of it is to solve headaches for writers. Here are some of the headaches I’m looking to solve:

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Rosie’s #BookReview Team #RBRT #RomCom Jennifer Brown’s Journey by @angielangley0 #wwwblogs

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Today’s team review is from Jenny R

#RBRT Review Team

Jenny has been reading Jennifer Brown’s Journey by Angie Langley

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Book review by Jenny Reeve

Chic Lit

I liked the sound of this book when I read the introduction.  I had visions of the story being filled with humour, a book that would easily make me giggle and smile throughout.  Well, I was very wrong on that score.  But that is not a bad thing; so don’t go jumping to the wrong conclusion here, on the contrary.

The beginning of the book did have me giggling, there are some very funny moments and Jennifer Brown made me think of myself quite often, her reaction to certain circumstances is how I would have reacted. Jennifer’s description of certain work colleagues in the office had me curled up!   The character is so good and the author gently took me by the hand and led me…

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